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  • NCAA wPV: Payne no height (14-5¼)

    The 15-footers clash again.

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    Event 28 Women Pole Vault
    Saturday 3/14/2015 - 5:30 PM
    Progression: 4.10 - 4.20 - 4.30 - 4.35 then 5 cm
    5-Alive jumping format until fewer than nine.
    60 minute warm-up
    American: 5.02m 3/2/2013 Jenn Suhr
    Collegiate: 4.75m 1/24/2015 Demi Payne
    NCAA Meet: 4.60m 3/14/2014 Kaitlin Petrillose
    Facility: 4.72m 2/10/2007 Jenn Stuczynski

    Pos Name Seed Mark Yr School
    Flight 1 of 1 Finals
    1 Anginae Monteverde JR BYU 4.27m _________
    2 Ariel Voskamp JR Arkansas 4.28m _________
    3 Kristina Owsinski JR Washington 4.32m _________
    4 Morgann Leleux JR Georgia 4.37m _________
    5 Annie Rhodes SO Baylor 4.29m _________
    6 Megan Clark JR Duke 4.37m _________
    7 Demi Payne SR Steph F. Austin 4.75m _________
    8 Lakan Taylor SO Alabama 4.31m _________
    9 Sophie Gutermuth SR Indiana 4.34m _________
    10 Sandi Morris SR Arkansas 4.66m _________
    11 Diamara Planell Cruz JR Washington 4.32m _________
    12 Jessie Johnson JR Auburn 4.28m _________
    13 Desiree Freier FR Arkansas 4.33m _________
    14 Stephanie Richartz SR Illinois 4.39m _________
    15 Lindsey Murray FR So. Illinois 4.30m _________
    16 Kaitlin Petrillose JR Texas 4.39m
    Last edited by gh; 03-15-2015, 01:12 AM.

  • #2
    Dumb bar progression based on the collegiate and meet records.

    If we don't have a winner decided through 4.55, we'll see attempts at only tieing the meet record of 4.60. The situation could repeat at the collegiate record of 4.75.

    4.10 - 4.20 - 4.30 - 4.35 then 5 cm.
    Collegiate: 4.75m 1/24/2015 Demi Payne
    NCAA Meet: 4.60m 3/14/2014 Kaitlin Petrillose

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dj View Post
      Dumb bar progression based on the collegiate and meet records.

      If we don't have a winner decided through 4.55, we'll see attempts at only tieing the meet record of 4.60. The situation could repeat at the collegiate record of 4.75.

      4.10 - 4.20 - 4.30 - 4.35 then 5 cm.
      Collegiate: 4.75m 1/24/2015 Demi Payne
      NCAA Meet: 4.60m 3/14/2014 Kaitlin Petrillose
      Meatgrinder!

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      • #4
        I hope that I'm wrong, but I've seen these set ups before that don't deliver. The heavy favorites under-perform, perhaps due to nerves or just an off day, and someone else over-performs and ends up with the win. It probably happens more often outdoors where weather becomes a factor.

        I do agree with the bar progression being dumb. Could have gone from 4.30 to 4.36, then 5 cm and avoided any chance of matching records.

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        • #5
          Demi didn't seem comfortable passing bars at USAs. She is going to have to be comfortable passing if she wants to beat Sandi.

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          • #6
            Payne--no height at 14-5 1/4

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            • #7
              Petrillose also NHs. Morris wins with 4.60 and ties the Meet Record, XXX at 4.70.

              Not quite the matchup we all hoped for!

              But lots of outstanding jumps by the top finishers. Megan Clark 4.50 PR, Stephanie Richartz 4.45 PR, Diamara Planell Cruz 4.35 PR and NR.

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              • #8
                If demi Payne isn't comfortable passing on heights she will eaten alive when she gets to the big global meets, if she makes it there

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                • #9
                  Shocking, to say the least. I sat next to two of her advisors and they were both commenting on how poor she looked in warm ups. She's got an interesting back story, originally enrolling at KU where she wasn't happy, then having a child and giving up the PV, only to be talked into trying it again near home (SF Austin). With so much talent, she just needs to learn to compete in the big meets and hopefully she'll gain more confidence with more exposure. Another great prospect, Morgan LeLeux NHed at NCAAs in Fayetteville a couple of years ago as well.

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